Can dogs eat spaghetti?
Yes, dogs can eat spaghetti.
It’s safe for most dogs, but remember that some dogs are allergic to wheat and shouldn’t eat any kind of pasta.
Spaghetti ingredients (flour, water, eggs) aren’t harmful to your dog, but none of them is essential for his ideal health.
So, spaghetti should be only a treat. Moreover, you should avoid pasta sauces and offer only plain spaghetti.
Whole grain spaghetti is better for dogs.
It’s rich in complex carbohydrates (which gradually release energy), fiber, iron and vitamin B.
It’s low in sodium and cholesterol free.
However, regularly making spaghetti part of your dog’s meal isn’t a good idea.
Eating too much spaghetti can induce digestive problems like diarrhea, bloating and stomach pain.
As all new foods, my advice is to introduce the pasta in your dog’s diet gradually and lookout for any adverse reactions.